Prime Minister Infinity – Canada – Version Ericson – 2.0.9

Prime Minister Infinity – Canada v. Ericson – 2.0.9 for Windows and Mac has been released!

If you are a Prime Minister Infinity – Canada owner, you are eligible for this upgrade.

What’s new in this upgrade

  • fixed load game error (save games from previous versions are not loadable, however)
  • 2015 > Endorsers > John Tory > removed Montreal as momentum effect
  • 2015 > AB > Yellowhead, Sturgeon River > Independent %s -> 0%
  • Mac > System menu bar > ‘PMI – UK’ -> ‘PMI – Canada’
  • Select Campaign Screen > no party or leader selected by default

This is a comprehensive update. You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below.

Important: when you receive the e-mail, you will want to download the file from the “win pmi canada” or “mac pmi canada” link.

If for some reason there is no “win pmi canada” or “mac pmi canada” link in your e-mail and you are a Prime Mininster Infinity – Canada owner, please notify us and we will fix that for you.

To update:

Version information:

7 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity – Canada – Version Ericson – 2.0.9”

  1. @Wilson,

    The BQ are in the game – they’ve been there since initial release.

    Can you say more about what you mean by strength in democracy?

  2. I have mixed feelings about the inclusion of Strength in Democracy. They do have two current MP’s, but according to their website, they currently only have about a dozen candidates, and the only one that Eric Grenier of gives any chance whatsoever, or any significant vote percentage is Fortin in Avignon—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia, and even he is expected to lose. I know there’s plenty of time for announcements, but it seems highly unlikely that they’ll end up with candidates in a large percentage of ridings. Personally, I think I’d leave Fortin as an independent candidate for now and wait and see what develops. If it were a situation similar to Reform in 1988 where they had a small slate of candidates, but several polling a significant percentage, I’d say add them, but I think I’d take a wait and see attitude for now.

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